Duck Breasts in Lima?

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Duck Breasts in Lima?

Postby Danny55 » Fri Jul 18, 2014 11:43 am

Anybody know where I can buy duck breasts in Lima? Ideally not to far from La Molina.
I think I recall seeing them in Makro but do not want to go to Santa Anita just to find out they don't have them.

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Re: Duck Breasts in Lima?

Postby panman » Fri Jul 18, 2014 12:04 pm

Danny55 wrote:Anybody know where I can buy duck breasts in Lima? Ideally not to far from La Molina.
I think I recall seeing them in Makro but do not want to go to Santa Anita just to find out they don't have them.

Thanks

If you're in La Molina, I'd risk a visit to the markets at the university of agriculture.
It makes for a nice afternoon out, even if they don't have exactly what you want. Last time I was there, I saw the nearest thing to English sauages that I've seen in 7 years.
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Re: Duck Breasts in Lima?

Postby chi chi » Fri Jul 18, 2014 12:30 pm

Danny55 wrote:Anybody know where I can buy duck breasts in Lima? Ideally not to far from La Molina.
I think I recall seeing them in Makro but do not want to go to Santa Anita just to find out they don't have them.

Thanks


Why don't you give Makro a call to ask if they have them?
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Re: Duck Breasts in Lima?

Postby Danny55 » Fri Jul 18, 2014 12:42 pm

panman wrote:
Danny55 wrote:Anybody know where I can buy duck breasts in Lima? Ideally not to far from La Molina.
I think I recall seeing them in Makro but do not want to go to Santa Anita just to find out they don't have them.

Thanks

If you're in La Molina, I'd risk a visit to the markets at the university of agriculture.
It makes for a nice afternoon out, even if they don't have exactly what you want. Last time I was there, I saw the nearest thing to English sauages that I've seen in 7 years.


Great idea, would like to have English bangers.
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Re: Duck Breasts in Lima?

Postby Danny55 » Fri Jul 18, 2014 12:43 pm

chi chi wrote:
Danny55 wrote:Anybody know where I can buy duck breasts in Lima? Ideally not to far from La Molina.
I think I recall seeing them in Makro but do not want to go to Santa Anita just to find out they don't have them.

Thanks


Why don't you give Makro a call to ask if they have them?


You make a good point - but I would prefer not to go to Makro unless I have a large amount of shopping to get (which I currently don't).
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Re: Duck Breasts in Lima?

Postby panman » Fri Jul 18, 2014 1:11 pm

Danny55 wrote:
panman wrote:
Danny55 wrote:Anybody know where I can buy duck breasts in Lima? Ideally not to far from La Molina.
I think I recall seeing them in Makro but do not want to go to Santa Anita just to find out they don't have them.

Thanks

If you're in La Molina, I'd risk a visit to the markets at the university of agriculture.
It makes for a nice afternoon out, even if they don't have exactly what you want. Last time I was there, I saw the nearest thing to English sauages that I've seen in 7 years.


Great idea, would like to have English bangers.

And they also sell potatoes.
Bangers and mash. Just need to find HP or settle for Ketchup :D
Please report back if you go and see anything interesting, I might have a drive up there over the weekend.
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Re: Duck Breasts in Lima?

Postby chi chi » Fri Jul 18, 2014 5:42 pm

Danny55 wrote:Great idea, would like to have English bangers.


The streets of Lima are full of bangers. (on four wheels)

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